Waltham Man Busted In Sudbury

The following arrest information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

With assistance from the Massachusetts State Police K-9 unit, a Waltham man was arrested Sunday night in Sudbury after trying to evade officers during a traffic stop.

According to Sudbury Police Lt. Robert Grady, an officer on patrol on Boston Post Road witnessed a car going at a high rate of speed at about 10:19 p.m.

The operator refused to pull over as police were forced to use stop sticks to halt the driver.

After the stop sticks were used, the operator ran from his car near the Land Rover dealership and into a wooded area.

Grady said State Police brought in its K-9 unit to help track down the suspect.

Carlos Enriquue Arevalo Lopez, 36, of 8 Maple St., was eventually caught and now faces charges of:

  • Marked lanes violation
  • Unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle
  • Speeding
  • Operating under the influence of liquor
  • Failure to stop for a police officer
  • Operating to endanger.

Lopez was bailed out at 1:44 a.m. on Monday and was scheduled to be arraigned later in the day at Framingham District Court.


matt November 05, 2012 at 04:20 PM
Deport him.
TheHam November 05, 2012 at 09:02 PM
Deport Him? This is Massachusetts, he'll get an EBT card, cell phone, free cable, low income housing preference, a new (if not current) driver's license and another day to try and kill a legal citizen before he's deported. Most likely he'll have 3-5 police details protecting his home and his 10 anchor babies (19 if you include his nieces/nephews:dependents) and illegal wife, otherwise our Governer donothingDeval will consider us racist.


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